The Town Resource Guide has been updated as of January 2024. Created by Keene's Age-Friendly Task Force, the Guide provides contact information (phone, web links, and/or street addresses) for local and nearby emergency, health care, social service, supportive housing, and many other programs and services useful for local seniors. New residents and tourists may also find the information helpful. The Guide can be printed in whole or part from the Town website and hard copies are available at the Keene and Keene Valley libraries, as well as Town Hall. Click here to open the 2024 Resource Guide (pdf)
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The Holiday Lighting Contest results are in! Commercial: The Snow Goose, and the Valley Grocery Residential: Bill & Sheila Ferebee; Gavin & Jeanette Isham; John & Becky Odell; and Guy Smith Honorable mentions: Corissa & Cam Clarke, and Linda & Wayne Hudson Special thanks go to our judges: Meredith Dembrovsky, Valerie Warner, and Kent Wells
Call for Volunteers! Join the Town of Keene in creating short new community trails to accommodate a wide range of mobility. The lot is located on 9N on the left as you’re leaving the hamlet of Keene.
There is an immediate opening on the Town of Keene Planning Board. If you would like to be considered for this seat on the planning board, please submit a letter of interest outlining your interest and qualifications. This is a volunteer position. The planning board meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Town Hall. Letters can be dropped off at the Town Hall or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Town of Keene Highway Department started construction on the road that circles the grounds. When this is complete, the survey and plot marking can begin, and when that is complete, we can begin selling plots. Thanks for your patience while this project continues and more updates will follow.